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Where And Why To Get WRONG This Weekend

Where to catch Quentin Dupieux's hilariously delirious Wrong, which finally hits theaters this Friday!

Where And Why To Get WRONG This Weekend

Quentin Dupieux's Wrong, a hilariously delirious journey into the absurd, which hits theaters this Friday and is already available on iTunes, centers on Dolph, a man who has lost his beloved dog and encounters a barrage of bizarro human roadblocks including a feces-hunting pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an ponytailed, face-scarred guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner).

A handful of exclusive clips have hit the internet in anticipation of this week's release which display Wrong's unique comedic absurdism and daymare logic. Entertainment Weekly premiered a sequence featuring mysterious force speaking through a French-Mexican gardner and Movies.com's clip shows a dazed exchange between Dolph and his lying, jogging-addicted neighbor. Early reviews have also begun to pile in and perhaps the best comes from Andrew O'hehir at Salon who calls the film "a demented, surrealist near-masterpiece," while also suggesting that Wrong is "surrealist in the old-fashion sense, the sense employed by Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí." 

A list of theaters and markets opening Wrong on Friday are listed below:

ATLANTA - Plaza Theater - Tickets

AUSTIN - Alamo Drafthouse Village/Lake Creek/Slaughter Lane - Tickets

CHICAGO - Facets - Opens 3/29 - Tickets

COLUMBUS, OH - Gateway Film Center - Tickets

DENVER - Sie Theater - Tickets

DENVER - Alamo Drafthouse Littleton - Tickets

HOUSTON - Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park - Tickets

ITHACA, NY - Cinemapolis - Tickets

KANSAS CITY - Alamo Drafthouse Main St - Opens 3/29 - Tickets

LOS ANGELES - Cinefamily w/ Quentin Dupieux Q&A - Tickets

MIAMI - O Cinema - Tickets

NEW YORK CITY - Cinema Village - Tickets

PHOENIX- Harkins Valley Art - Tickets

SAN FRANCISCO - Roxie Theatre - Tickets

WINCHESTER- Alamo Drafthouse - Tickets

& more cities and expansion dates (including Seattle and Portland) here.

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